Incredible photos show a man in ill-fitting hazmat suit being marched out of an alleged meth lab in handcuffs after an explosion on a suburban street
- An explosion led police to discover an alleged drug lab
- Officers arrested a man who was pictured wearing a hazmat suit
An explosion at an alleged meth lab caused a stir on a normally quiet suburban street, leading police to arrest a man in a hazmat suit.
Footage shows officers escorting the 31-year-old barefoot outside a property in Canley Vale, southwest Sydney, on Thursday, in handcuffs.
Fairfield City Police Area Command executed a search warrant at the home after being notified of an explosion in the area.
The man was found in the home and arrested.
He was put on a stretcher but refused to be taken to a hospital.
Photos have been captured of police escorting a man in an ill-fitting safety suit from an alleged drug lab in south-west Sydney
An explosion led police to the alleged drug lab. Officers executed a search warrant and found the man inside
Officers instead took him to the back of a police car, where he was taken to Fairfield Police Station for questioning.
NSW fire and rescue crews and paramedics were also on the scene.
A crime scene has been identified at the property.
Specialized agents from the Chemical Operations Team of the State Crime Command’s Drug and Firearms Squad investigate.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted NSW Police for comment.